1998 Ice Storm Oral History Project
Scope and Contents
Personal stories, narratives, and anecdotes about the great January 1998 ice storm.
- Ives, Edward D. (Interviewer, Person)
- MacDougall, Pauleena (Interviewer, Person)
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2 items (digital)
Language of Materials
NA2534 Festival participants at the 1998 Maine Festival, interviewed by Maine Folklife Center staff (Edward D. “Sandy” Ives, Pauleena MacDougall, Elizabeth Hedler, and Mary Ellen Barnes), August 7-9, 1998, Thomas Point Beach in Brunswick, Maine. Personal stories, narratives, and anecdotes about the great January 1998 ice storm collected from festival goers who visited the Maine Folklife Center tent at the 1998 Maine Festival. Also included: 2 vhs tapes, photo book, newspapers, newsletters, interview summaries, and correspondence.
Text: 11 pp. document Recording: mfc_na2534_c1623_01&02, mfc_na2534_c1624_01, mfc_na2534_c1625_01&02, mfc_na2534_c1626_01&02, mfc_na2534_c1627_01&02, mfc_na2534_c1628_01&02 312 minutes
NA2543 Festival participants at the Common Ground Fair, interviewed by the Maine Folklife Center staff (including Edward D. “Sandy” Ives and Pauleena MacDougall), September 25, 26, and 27, 1998, Unity, Maine. Personal stories, narratives, and anecdotes about the great 1998 ice storm collected from over thirty-five festival goers at the Common Ground Fair.
Text: 8 pp. tape index Recording: mfc_na2543_c1634_01 - mfc_na2543_c1638_02 265 minutes
Existence and Location of Originals
Located at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress: AFC 2012/047 https://lccn.loc.gov/2013655211.”
Materials Specific Details
Audio files are the primary source material. Transcriptions are the transcriber's best effort to convert audio to text, but should be considered secondary to the audio.
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- Weather Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Guide to the 1998 Ice Storm Oral History Project
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- May 2018
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